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tired of looking at the back of your bike with disapointment? cheap?

looking for quick, easy help to help you through you time of struggle?

like you, i too once wished i could do something with out breaking the bank.
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ok, enough with the sales pitch. i couldnt stand the rear fender on my bike. this didnt completely eliminate it, but it does help. enough for me to be able to think of the bigger fish, like the stock exhaust pipe!

first: remove your plate
next: remove the bracket that holds the plate and the rear reflectors
then: use the hardware from the bracket to fix the plate.
last: cut the excess plastic off.

done!



its not much, but its free.

COMING SOON:

using the stock reflector bracket to make a full fender eliminator kit!
 

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Im fully eliminating the rear fender tonight, taking it a step further. Basicly, removing the license plate bulb and reflector, and using the factory license plate mounts, but mounting the plate with the bottom holes instead of the top. And triming the excess.
 

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Post a pic when u finish! I had ideas of a swingarm plate holder and smaller rear indicators actually mounted to the tail (as in drilled plastics, by the taillight).

When I finish my pipe project, I'll get to work on a cleaning up the rear.
 
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